Gender Blender

by Cohnisgone

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Uppercase is lowercase Roman forms and lowercase is smaller upright italic forms.
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    Created on 5th May 2014. Last edited on 9th May 2014.
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Comment by Cohnisgone 6th may 2014
Comment by Cohnisgone 6th may 2014
The Uppercase shows tremendous promise. Perhaps the v,w,x and y need to be a bit narrower.

Do you have a clone of

This also contains

Comment by p2pnut 7th may 2014
Thank you p2pnut. I realise that the uppercase is the better aspect: this is because I spent the most time on it. I paste the all composites saved in my bricks onto the majority of my fonts, and it was the second thing I did with this one. I could never have gotten the curves as smooth as they are without it. You may not remember, but you have asked me this before...
Comment by Cohnisgone 7th may 2014
Once again a worthy font of a top pick in my opinion. You have such a high caliber portfolio that should be commended. keep it up!! 10/10
Comment by tortoiseshell 7th may 2014
Thank you time.peace
Comment by Cohnisgone 7th may 2014
LOL - don't mind me ... just one of my 'senior moments' :)
Comment by p2pnut 8th may 2014
Really pretty. I hope someday you will make a caps version.
Comment by Noah F. Ross (winty5) 21st may 2014

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